“Entrepreneurial learning driven by entrepreneurial teaching”
A guide to business management, leadership, administration or entrepreneurship – Learn and practice business skills every day in class, in every lesson, across all areas of the program.
This unique course has been designed with a learning experience only available to start up founders on an incubator program.
Plan, design, apply and evaluate solutions. Each unit of learning address specific start up practices combined with business foundational concepts that allow students to build, test, learn and iterate. Students leave with the exposure to main business subjects and how to apply to a real business along with innovative skills and mind set.
BSB30315 Core Units
BSBSMB301: Investigate micro business opportunities (30)
BSBSMB302: Develop a micro business proposal (30)
BSBSMB303: Organise finances for the micro business (50)
BSBSMB304: Determine resource requirements for the micro business (30)
BSBSMB305: Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements for the micro business (45)
BSBCUE307: Work Effectively in Customer Engagement (30)
BSBCRT301: Develop and Extend Critical and Creative Thinking (40)
BSBSMB306: Plan a home-based business (25)
BSBWOR301: Organise personal work priorities and development (20)
BSBSMB403: Market the small business (50)
*ASQA Standards, Guidelines and Nominal Hours Apply | Stage 2 SACE Credits Applicable
Coming Soon – BSB30220 Certificate III in Entrepreneurship and New Business
Semester One | Semester Two | Summer School
Face to Face | 9am – 3:15pm | Online and Virtual Classroom
Nominated Secondary High School
Nominal hours will apply
No prior knowledge required | Good attitude | 15+ years
NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATION OUTCOME
BSB30315 Certificate III in Micro Business Operations issued by Executive Training Group RTO: 107108
Assest College RTO: 31718 with support of Executive Training and LikeaBoss.Education conducts the training and assessment and Assest College RTO: 31718 issues the statement.